Wednesday, April 19, 2017

WfWI,Consultancy in Creating and Implementing Business Plan Training Jobs in Rwanda



TERMS OF REFERENCE   Consultancy in Creating and Implementing Business Plan Training   Purpose   Women    for    Women    International    (WfWI)    Rwanda,    is    looking    for    an    experienced institution/organization  that  will  train  its  Women  Graduates in  Creating  and  Implementation Business  Plans  skills.  The  institution/organization  will  have the  responsibility  for  preparation  and management  of  all  issues  related  to  a  successful  and  professional  Basic  training  on  Creating  and Implementing Business
Plans of 200 WfWI graduates from Nyaruguru District.  In close consultation with WfWI Economic Development Manager, the institution/organization will develop,  propose  and  use  suitable  adult  training  methodologies,  including  curriculum  and  any related tools. Actual  training  is  planned  to  start on 9  May  2017  for  200  women.  A  detailed  breakdown  of  the responsibilities  of  Creating    and  Implementing  Business  Plan  Skills  training  service  provider  is outlined below:   I. Planning    ·Develop  a  master  timetable  for  the  entire  training  that incorporates  all  the  activities including periodic follow up and monitoring plans ·Elaborate  a  training  package  (curricula  and  training  modules) by  developing  lesson plans  as  well  as  training  modules  and  adapt  where  training  curricula  exist  (from WDA).  ·Prepare a detailed  budget and share with the  WfWI Economic  Development Manager for approval.  ·Plan  and  execute  all  the  logistics  related  to  the  Creating  and  Implementing  Business Plans.   II. Creating and Implementation Business Plans Training Deliverables    ·Conduct actual training as specified in the master timetable ·Regularly follow up on attendance, absenteeism of participants, reasons  for absence –and report these via  email, telephone, and/or in physical form as  may  be requested by WfWI ·Compile and submit a progress report - once 50 percent of the training is completed ·Compile   and   submit   a   final   report,   including   a   section   on   lessons   learnt   and recommendations. The  training  should  consist  of  a  total  of  7  working  days  for each  group  between  20-30 participants.   Note: It is envisaged that trainings in that District will take place concurrently.   III. Target Beneficiaries/Numbers/Location   ·Training beneficiaries are 200 women – Graduates of WfWI 12-month core program ·The Training will target 200 adult women ·
All trainees are from Nyaruguru ( Ngoma, Kibeho and Rusenge Sectors) District.   Note: In Ngoma  Sector we have  sites, in Kibeho Sector we have 3 sites and in Rusenge sector we have 4 sites. In total they are 9 sites.   IV. Post Training Activities (Key Deliverables) ·Prepare and submit to WfWI  individualized  certificates  for each training participant upon successful completion of the training. This is only applicable if an institution/organization conducts the training ·Share  with  WfWI  the  training  report  including  the  narrativetraining  report  and  packages (lesson plans used during training) ·Submit a final report after the training   Timeframe of consultancy:   The total Level of Effort is not to exceed 11 days (which include 2 days of lesson planning;7 days Of actual training and 2 days for final reporting).   
Profile of Consultant:    -  
At least 3 years’ relevant training experience within the Business Plan  Concepts - Relevant experience in training at community level - Possess adult learning skills - Proficiency in Kinyarwanda as the language to be used for training purposes   Application Instructions:  All interested candidates should  submit  an  updated  CV,  Cover letter and 3 Professional references to: rwandajobs@womenforwomen.org Application deadline: Thursday 29th April 2017   Hand delivered hard copy applications will not be accepted. Only short listed applicants will be invited to interview. No telephone inquiries please

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